Melissa Etheridge at L.L. Bean, furthermore a folk trio and indie-pop in Portland

The Ladles. Image by Noel Woodford

The Ladles
8 p.m. Saturday. Just one Longfellow Square, 181 Condition St., Portland, $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
Roots and people trio The Ladles is fiddler/singer Lucia Pontoniere, guitarist/singer Katie Martucci and banjoist/singer Caroline Kuhnwith. The band was formed five a long time in the past when they achieved and bonded at the New England Conservatory of Music’s Present-day Improvisation application. Significantly of their quarantine time in 2020 was used earning the album “Springville Sessions,” which was recorded in Springville, New York, and produced in 2021. Dense with a few-part harmonies, the album checks boxes in pop, jazz and folks, with songs like “Cruisin’” and “Pages.” Singer-songwriter and Mainer Louisa Stancioff opens the display.

Melissa Etheridge. Photograph by Myriam Santos

Melissa Etheridge
7:30 p.m. Saturday. Discovery Park at L.L. Bean, Freeport.
Sixteen albums into a recording profession that started in 1988 with a self-titled album, property to “Similar Features” and “Bring Me Some Water,” Melissa Etheridge has been a steadfast reside performer. Hits include things like “Come to My Window” and “I’m The Only One,” and you haven’t lived until eventually you have heard the hearth-breathing dwell model of “Like the Way I Do,” which exhibits off Etheridge’s astounding guitar and vocal chops. Here’s a chance to see her live for absolutely free below the pines at L.L. Bean’s Discovery Park.

Sadie the dog and Griff Washburn (AKA Goth Babe). Photo by Ian Durkin

Goth Babe
8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug 8. Point out Theatre, 609 Congress St., Portland, $27.50 in advance, $35 day of demonstrate, $127.50 VIP meet up with & greet.
Goth Babe is the moniker of indie-pop creator Griff Washburn, who life on a sailboat in California with his puppy, Sadie. His tunes, which include the hottest tracks “Bioluminescence” and “Alone in the Mountains,” are multi-layered, higher-power songs that will very likely get the rafters rattling at the State Theatre. Both are from the forthcoming album “Lola,” because of out in the drop. Mainer turned Californian Zach Hurd, who performs as Bay Ledges, will open the present. His tune “Safe” caught fireplace in 2016 and racked up just underneath 25 million streams on Spotify.

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